E-mail newsletter subscriptions
Signing up for e-mail newsletters from the Colorado Center on Law and Policy is a great way to stay informed on the issues that make a difference for justice and economic security in Colorado. Click here to sign up for the first time.
If you're already a subscriber, you can change the types of e-mail you receive by clicking the link at the bottom of any message called "Update Profile/Email address." That will take you to a site where you'll click a button and the system will e-mail you instructions on changing your preferences. It's a bit of a process, we know, so thanks in advance for your patience. After just two or three clicks, though, you'll be able to customize the types of e-mails you receive from us. The options include:
- Send e-mails on all subjects. The default for everyone. Note it does not include the news roundup we send each weekday -- we don't want to send that many messages unless you request it. To receive the Colorado news roundup, check that box separately.
- Colorado news roundup. Issued each weekday, links to news articles from around the state on issues of interest to the Colorado Center on Law and Policy. An example.
- Action alerts. Opportunities to put your values into action, typically announcements of upcoming events and ways you can contact lawmakers to express an opinion when it really counts. An example.
- Tax and budget analysis. Announcements of issue briefs, fact sheets and major studies from the Colorado Fiscal Policy Institute on tax and budget issues. An example.
- Transparency and accountability. Issue briefs, fact sheets and major studies from the Colorado Fiscal Policy Institute on how the government is, or should be, more responsive to the needs of residents. An example.
- Jobs and economic security. Regular reports on the economy from the Colorado Fiscal Policy Institute, with a special focus on jobs and public benefits. An example.
- Health Law and Policy Update. A weekly newsletter from the agency's health team examining developments in state and federal health reform. An example.
- News releases. Announcements to the news media about important public-policy issues. An example.
- Family economic security analysis. Updates on legislation, policy changes and research on reducing poverty in Colorado.
- Litigation updates. The latest developments in the agency's legal advocacy.
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